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JFCP Call for Papers: Special Issues

Consumer Financial Wellbeing


Guest Editor
Dr. JT Huang, National Chengchi University
jthuang@nccu.edu.tw

 Deadline for submission: February 1, 2017

Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning is calling for papers for a special issue on “Consumer Financial Wellbeing.” The topic of consumer finance has been an important issue for a long time. Recently, many scholars have paid much attention to issues of consumer financial wellbeing. This special issue brings together the state of the art on understanding important issues of consumer financial wellbeing in its micro and macro environments. Contributions to the special issue are aimed at highlighting what causes and how to improve consumer financial wellbeing.

We would like to invite researchers to submit original researches in the related context to this special issue. Prospective topics in this special issue should be related to consumer financial wellbeing. We invite papers of micro- and macro-level studies discussing consumer financial wellbeing. Empirical and experimental research articles are all welcomed. Case studies will also be considered. Nevertheless, theoretical research articles with significant policy implications are welcome as well.

Submission Procedure:

Contributors should submit their manuscript in English by February 1, 2017. No submission fee is required. No publication fee is required for accepted papers, either. Manuscripts should be submitted online at the following link: http://www.editorialmanager.com/jfcp/default.aspx.

All papers must adhere to the “Guidelines for Authors” (available online athttp://springerpub.com/media/springer-journals/JFCP_Guidelines.pdf) of Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning to prepare the manuscripts and submit the manuscript online usingEditorial Manager. Be sure to select the “Special Issue: Consumer Financial Wellbeing” article type from the drop-down menu when submitting. The submission guidelines and other journal information can be found at: http://www.springerpub.com/journals/journal-of-financial-counseling-and-planning.html.

For further questions or inquiries about the special issue, please contact the corresponding guest editor, Dr. JT Huang, at jthuang@nccu.edu.tw.

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